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THE LIBRARY OF THE 

UNIVERSITY OF 

NORTH CAROLINA 




THE COLLECTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINIANA 

C705 

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v.1-3 and index 

197^-77 



UNIVERSITY OF N.C. AT CHAPEL HILL 



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FOR USE ONLY IN 
THE NORTH CAROLINA COLLECTION 




ARLY SOUTHER' 
DECORATIVE ARTS 




INDEX 
VOLUMES I -III 



1975-1977 



The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27108 



JOURNAL 
of 

EARLY SOUTHERN 

DECORATIVE ARTS 



INDEX 
VOLUMES I -III 

Volume I, Number 1 May 1975 

Number 2 November 1975 

Volume II, Number 1 . • May 1976 

Number 2 November 1976 

Volume III, Number 1 May 1977 

Number 2 November 1977 



Dorothy Welker, Editor 



The Journal is 

Published twice yearly in 

May and November by 

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts 

Back issues of The Journal 

are available. 



Copyright© 1978 Old Salem, Inc. 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27108 

Printed by Hall Printing Company 
High Point, North Carolina 



INDEX 

(The figures jollotving the dates indicate page num- 
bers. Italicized page numbers indicate illustrations.) 



SUBJECT INDEX 

Abby, Richard, transfer-printer. May 76: 2 
Abbotts Creek Baptist graveyard, North Carohna. 

Nov. 77: 29-31,38 
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection. May 77: 32 
ALBEMARLE REGION, NORTH CAROLINA 
Ceramic commerce. May 76: 1,4 
Furniture. May 75: 14-20; Nov. 76: 37-51 
Allston, Washington, artist. Nov. 75: 37 
American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Nov. 77: 51 
Anglican Bridgers Creek Chapel, North Carolina. Nov. 76: 40 
ARCHITECTURE 

Blair-Pollock house, Edenton, North Carolina. May 75 : 15 
"Carved Furniture of the Albemarle: A Tie with 

Architecture." May 75: 14-20 
"Chimneys," Fredericksburg, Virginia. Nov. 76: 8-9 
Origin of Piazza and single house, Charleston, South 
Carolina. Nov. 76: 33 
Armston (Gardner), E., schoolmistress. Nov. 77: 1, 2, 15-19 
Armston, Freer, chandler and soap boiler. Nov. 77: 16-17, 18 
Arnaud, Louis, shop keeper. Nov. 76: 31 



ARTISTS 

Allston, Washington. Nov. 75: 37 

Audubon, John J. Nov. 76: 32 

Benbridge, Henry. Nov. 75: 37, 40, 43 

Bernhart, Peter. Nov. 75: 9 

Bridges, Charles. May 75: 23-24 

Coram, Thomas. Nov. 75: 35-47 

Dering, WiUiam. May 75: 21-28; Nov. 77: 11 

Dunlap, WiUiam. Nov. 77: 52 

Durand,John. May75: 21; Nov. 77: 11,13 

Earl, James. Nov. 75: 37 

"EhreVater."Nov. 75: 1-23 

Eraser, Charles. Nov. 75: 37, 38; Nov. 76: 30 

Hesselius, John. May 75: 21 

Hogarth, William. Nov. 75: 37 

Jarvis, John Wesley. Nov. 77: 52 

Johnston, Henrietta. Nov. 75: 37 

Kuhn, Justus Engelhardt. May 75 : 22 

Malbone, Edward Green. Nov. 75 : 37 

Morden, Mr. Nov. 77: 52 

Peale, Charles Willson. Nov. 77: 52, 54 

Peale, Raphaelle. Nov. 77: 52 

Peale, Rembrandt. Nov. 75: 37; Nov. 77: 52 

Polk, Charles Peale. Nov. 77: 51-57 

Ramsay, Alan. Nov. 75: 37 

Reynolds, Joshua. Nov. 75: 37 

Saint-Memin, Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de. 
Nov. 76: 32; Nov. 77: 51,54 

Salomon, Bernard. Nov. 77: 7 

Theus, Jeremiah. Nov. 75: 37 

Thompson, Cephas. Nov. 77: 51 

Trumbull, John. Nov. 75: 37 

West, Benjamin. Nov. 75: 37 

Wollaston, John. May 75: 21; Nov. 75: 37 

Wood, Joseph. Nov. 77: 52 

Athawes, Edward, London factor. Nov. 75 : 24-34 

Athawes, Samuel, London factor. Nov. 75: 27, 29 

Audubon, John J., naturalist, artist. Nov. 76: 32 

August, Alexandre-Francois, Marquis de Grasse, 
Teacher of design. Nov. 76: 32 



Aust, Gottfried, potter. May 77: 29 

Aveilhe, Jean Baptiste, architect, inventor, Nov. 76: 32, 33 

Bacon, Francis. Nov. 77: 11 

Baltimore, Maryland. Lafayette visit. May 76: 27-37 

Barber, Dr. Edwin Atlee, curator, author. May 77: 27 

Bayliss, Richard, joiner. May 75: 19n.4 

Beall, Gustavus, cabinetmaker. May 77: 18-19 

Beck, Johann Friedrich, cabinetmaker. May 76: 41 

Beilby enameled glass. May 75 : 1 ln.6 

Bell, John, potter. May 77: 27-35 

Bell, John William, potter. May 77: 30 

Bell, Peter, Jr., potter. May 77: 27, 28, 30 

Bell, Samuel, potter. May 77: 27, 29 

Bell, Solomon, potter. May 77: 27, 29 

Bell, Upton Morton, potter. May 77: 30 

Belo, Johann Frederick, cabinetmaker. May 76: 46 

Benbridge, Henry, artist. Nov. 75 : 37, 40, 43 

Bennette, Richard, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 

Berkley, Dr. Henry J., author. May 77: 17 

Bernhart, Peter, fraktur artist. Nov. 75: 9 

Bertie County, North Carolina. Furniture. Nov. 76: 38, 41 

BETHABARA, NORTH CAROLINA 

Furniture. May 76: 39 

Pottery. May 77: 29 
Bethania, North Carolina. Furniture. May 76: 39, 52 
Bethany, North Carolina. Lutheran graveyard. Nov. 77: 31 
Blair, John, Masonic Grand Master of Virginia. Nov. 76: 20 
Blair, William, attorney. May 76: 5, 8, 21 
Blount, Jacob, merchant. May 76: 5 
Blount, John Gray, merchant. May 76: 3-4, 12, 15-17 
Blount, Mary. May 76: 8 
Blount, Nancy Collins, May 76: 5 
Blount, Polly Ann. May 76: 16 
Blount, Thomas, merchant. May 76: 3-4 
Blount, William, merchant. May 76: 3, 4 
Boeckel, George Frederick, Moravian. May 76: 30 
Boone, Samuel, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 60 
Boone, Squire, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 54, 56, 58 
Booth, George. May 75 : 22, 26 
Booth, Mrs. Mordecai (Joyce Armistead) . May 75 : 22, 23, 25 



Boucher and Brothers, shop keepers. Nov. 76: 31 

Boudo, Louis, silversmith. Nov. 76: 51, 34 

Boudo, Louise, silversmith shop proprietress. Nov. 76: 31 

Boush, Elizabeth (Travis), needleworker. Nov. 77: 2-19 

Boush, Colonel Maximilian. Nov. 77: 1 1 

Boush, Samuel, I. Nov. 77 : 1 1 

Boush, Samuel, III. Nov. 77: 11 

Bow factory, pottery. May 75: 3-13 

Breading, Philip, merchant. May 75: 6 

Brent, Elizabeth (Murphree). May 77: 7 

Bridges, Charles, artist. May 75: 23-24 

Brooks, John, transfer-printer. May 76: 1-2 

Bryan, Daniel, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 54, 59 

Bucktrout, Benjamin, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 11-20 

Bulit, Citizen. Nov. 76: 33 

Bulitschek, Joseph Ferdinand, cabinetmaker. May 76: 41 

Burroughs, Paul H., author. May 77: 17 

Burton, E. Milby, author. May 77: 13 

Burton, Jarrett, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 60 

Burwell, Carter, of Carter's Grove, Virginia. Nov. 75 : 24-34 

Burwell, Nathaniel, of Carter's Grove, Virginia, Nov. 75: 27 

Burwell, Nathaniel, of Fairfield, Virginia. Nov. '75: 24 

Byrd, Colonel William. May '75: 21 

CABINETMAKERS 

Bayliss, Richard. May 75: 19n.4 

Beall, Gustavus. May '77: 18-19 

Beck, Johann Friedrich. May '76: 41 

Belo, Johann Frederick. May '76: 46 

Bucktrout, Benjamin. Nov. '76: 11-20 

Bulitschek, Joseph Ferdinand. May '76: 41 

Chippendale, Thomas. Nov. '76: 11, 12-14, 14 

Clodfelter, Jesse. Nov. '77: 43 

Collins, Mordica. Nov. '77: 43 

Enerson, Enert. May '76: 41 

Eventon, Mardun Vaughn. May '75 : 19n.4 

Hannon, Walter. May '77: 19-20 

Hay, Anthony. Nov. '76: 18 

Kennedy, William. Nov. '76: 18 

Krause, Johannes. May '76: 41-50 

Lannuier, Charles Honore. Nov. '76: 12 



CABINETMAKERS (Continued) 

Long, Jonathan. Nov. 77: 43 

Muir,John.May77: 20-21 

Neall, Joseph. May 77: 17 -IS 

Phihps and Welch. May 77: 23 

Randolph, Benjamin. Nov. 76: l4 

Rockwood, James. May 77: 19-20 

Sharrock, Bryan. Nov. 76: 4l 

Sharrock, David. Nov. 76: 41 

Sharrock, George. Nov. 76: 37, 41, 42, 46 

Sharrock, James. Nov. 76: 41 

Sharrock, Samuel. Nov. 76: 4l 

Sharrock, Thomas, Jr. Nov. 76: 41 

Sharrock, Thomas, Sr. Nov. 76: 40, 41, 49 

Skidmore, Jesse. May 77: 21-22 

Swisegood, John. Nov. 77: 43 

Taylor, Richard. Nov. 76: 40 

Tooker, C. J. May 77: 16, 16-17 

Tooker and Henry. May 77: 17 

Townsend, Job. May 76: 47 

Wohlfahrt, Johann Jacob. May 76: 41 

Young, Isaac. May 77: 23 
Campbell, Susanna, schoolmistress. Nov. 77: 23n.65 
Cart, John. Nov. 75: 40 
Carter, Charles. Nov. 75: 27 
Carter, Elizabeth (Burwell). Nov. 75: 24 
Carter, John. Nov. 75 : 27, 28 
Carter, Landon. Nov. 75: 27, 28 

Carter, Robert, Esq., of Nominy, Virginia. Nov. 75 : 28 
Carter, Robert "King," of Corotoman, Virginia. Nov. 75: 24 
Carter's Grove, Virginia. Nov. 75: 24, 27 
CARVERS 

Coysevox, Antoine. Nov. 76: 15 

Rysbrack, Michael. Nov. 76: 14 
CERAMICS 

Bow factory. May 75 : 3-13 

Herculaneum Pottery. May 76: 1-26 

Lambeth. Nov. 75: 24-34 

Liverpool-type. May 76: 1-26 

Staffordshire. May 76: 2 

Stoneware. Nov. 75: 24-34 



CERAMICS (Continued) 

Tin glaze. May 77: 27-35 

Wedgewood.May76: 2,8 
Champion, Richard, potter. May 75:9 

Chapeau, Monsieur, French and dancing teacher. Nov. 76: 29 
Cherokee clay. May 75: 5, 12n.l0 
Chippendale, Thomas, cabinetmaker, designer. 

Nov. 76: 11, 12-14,14 
Chretien, Gilles-Louis, inventor. Nov. 77: 51 
Christ, Rudolf, potter. May 76: 47 

Clodfelter, Hanna Elisabeth, taufschein. Nov. 75: 12, 19 
Clodfelter, Jesse, cabinetmaker. Nov. 77: 43 
Coffield family. May 77: 5-6 
Collins, Josiah, merchant. May 76: 5, 8, 21 
Collins, Mordica, cabinetmaker. Nov. 77: 43 
Conner, Lewis, silversmith's apprentice. May 77: 7 
Coram, Ann. Nov. 75 : 36, 38-39 
Coram, John. Nov. 75 : 35 

Coram, Thomas, artist, engraver. Nov. 75: 35-47 
Coram, Thomas, of London. Nov. 75 : 39 
Coysevox, Antoine, carver. Nov. 76: 15 
Cuming, Fortescue, author. Nov. 76: 53 

Dandridge, Colonel, Virginia. Nov. 77: 19 

Daugherty, Barsheba (Sharrock). Nov. 76: 40 

Davidson County, North Carolina. Gravestones. Nov. 77: 24-50 

Davidson, Hezekiah, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 

Defoe, Daniel, author. Nov. 77: 15 

Delauney, James, and Company, merchants, 

nail factory proprietors. Nov. 76: 31 
Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania. Influence on Moravian 

furniture. May 76: 43, 52 
Dering, William, artist. May 75: 21-28; Nov. 77: 11 

DESIGN, STYLES OF 

Baroque. May 76: 38-63; Nov. 77: 24-50 

Chippendale. Nov. 76: 11, 12-14, 14 

Gothic. Nov. 77: 24-50 

Renaissance. May 76: 52 

Rococo. May 76: 40, A6, 52 
Desnoes, P., tradesman. Nov. 76: 31 



Deutsche blumen decoration. May 75: 9, 10 

Donald, James, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 61 

Doulton pottery. Nov. 75: 30 

Drake, Daniel, Kentucky settler. Nov. 76: 52 

Drudge, Mrs., teacher. Nov. 77: 12 

Duche, Andrew, potter. May 75:5 

Duncan, Joseph, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 59 

Dunlap, William, author, artist. Nov. 75: 38; Nov. 77: 52 

Durand, John, artist. May 75: 21; Nov. 77: 11, i 3 

Dwight, Timothy, educator. Nov. 77: 15 

Earl, James, artist. Nov. 75: 37 
Eaton, Jonah, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 58 

EDENTON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Blair-Pollock house. May 75: 14 

Ceramic commerce. May 76: 4, 21 

Court house. May 76: 5, 8, iO 
Education, female. Nov. 77: 1-23 
Eisenberg, Carl, potter. May 77: 34n.l7 

Elizabeth Town ( Hagerstown ) , Maryland. Potters. May 77: 27 
Enerson, Enert, cabinetmaker. May 76: 4l 

ENGRAVERS 

Coram, Thomas. Nov. 75: 35-47 

Hogarth, William. Nov. 75: 37 

Prud'homme, John F. E. Nov. 76: 32 

Salomon, Bernard. Nov. 77: 7 

Sands, John. May 76: 36, 37 
Ethbach's pottery. May 77: 27 
Eventon, Mardun Vaughn, cabinetmaker. May 75: 19n.4 

Fechtig and Vogelsang, pottery. May 77: 27 

Filson, John, historian and cartographer. Nov. 76: 53 

Floor cloth. Masonic. May 75:6 

Forbes, William, silversmith's apprentice. May 77: 2, 1 

Fraktur manuscripts. Nov. 75: 1-23; Nov. 77: 25, 29 

Franklin, Benjamin. May 75: 6 

Eraser, Charles, artist. Nov. 75: 37, 38; Nov. 76: 30 

Freemasons. May 75: 3-13; Nov. 76: 1-23 

French, Henry, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 59 

French West Indies. Nov. 76: 24-36 



Fry, Mary Elizabeth (Bell). May 77: 30 

Frye, Thomas, Bow factory manager. May '15'. 1 

FURNITURE, AMERICAN 
Maryland 

Chest of drawers, Joseph Neal, Easton. May 77 : i 7-18 
Table, Pembroke, Gustavus Beall, Georgetown. 
May 77: 18-19 
North Carolina 

Bedstead, Wachovia, Moravian, Queen Anne. May '76: 54 
Chairs, side 

Stretcher base, Wachovia, Moravian. May 76: 37 
Wachovia, Moravian, Queen Anne. May 76: 38 
Chest of drawers, George Sharrock, Northampton County. 

Nov. 76: 57-38, 41-44 
Clock, tall-case, Johannes Krause, Salem. May 76: 30 
Cupboards 

China, Sharrock family, Northampton and Bertie 

Counties. Nov. 76: 43 
Corner, Wachovia, Moravian. May 76: 33 
Schrank, Joseph Ferdinand Bulitschek. May 76: 31 
Desk-and-bookcases 

Krause, Johannes, Salem. May 76: 42, 43, 44, 43, 

46-47, 48 
Sharrock, George, Northampton County. 

Nov. 76: 46-47 
Sharrock, Thomas, Bertie County. Nov. 76: 48-49 
Desk interior, Joseph Ferdinand Bulitschek, Bethabara. 

May 76: 49 
Tables 

Dining, Bethania, Moravian, Queen Anne. 

May 76: 61 
Dining, Salem, Moravian, Queen Anne, 

May 76: 62, 63 
Dressing, Albemarle, Chippendale. May 75: 16-19 
Gaming, Albemarle, Chippendale. May 75: 16-19 
Pembroke, C. J. Tooker, Fayetteville. 

May 77: 16, 16-17 
Side, Salem, Moravian, Queen Anne. May 76: 39 
Stretcher base, Wachovia, Moravian, 
May 76: 52,33,36 

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FURNITURE, AMERICAN {Continued) 
Virginia 
Chairs, arm 

Masonic, Fredericksburg, Chippendale. Nov. 76: 1-9 
Benjamin Bucktrout, Williamsburg, Chippendale. 
Nov. 76: 10-20 
Chest of drawers, John Muir, Alexandria. May 77 : 20, 21 
Tables 

Card, James Rockwood, Richmond, May 77: 19, 20 
Sewing, Jesse Skidmore, Alexandria. 
May 77: 20-21,22 

Gardner, E. (Armston), schoolmistress. Nov. 77: 1, 2, 15-19 
Garner, F. H., archeologist. Nov. 75: 30 
Garnett, Milly. Nov. 77: 54, 55 
Gautier and Co., tradesmen. May 77: 16 
GERMAN INFLUENCES 

Fraktur work. North Carolina. Nov. 75 : 1-23 

Furniture of Moravians. May 76: 40 

Gravestones, Davidson County, North Carolina. 
Nov. 77: 24-50 
German Reformed Church graveyard. North Carolina. 

Nov. 77:29, 31 
Giles, James, pottery decorator. May 75 : 10 
Glover, Mrs. Thomas. Nov. 75: 39, 41 
Gold, American. Medal, Charles Pryce, Baltimore. 

May 76: 27-37 
GOLDSMITHS (see also — SILVERSMITHS ) 

Pellissier, Jean Baptiste. Nov. 76: 31-32 

Pryce (Pryse), Charles. May 77: 31, 32 

Raynal, Peter Elizabeth Benjamin. Nov. 76: 32 
Grabs, Anna Marie, taufschein. Nov. 75 : 3,9 
Graham, William, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62 
Gravestones, Baroque- and Gothic-style. Nov. 77: 24-50 
Green, Guy, transfer-printer. May 76: 2 
Griffith, Thomas. May 75: 5 

"The Grove," plantation. North Carolina. Nov. 76: 40 
Grymes, Lucy, of Brandon, Virginia. Nov. 75 : 24 
Gunsmiths, Kentucky. Nov. 76: 52-64 



Haggard, Susan, of "Poplar Hall," Virginia. May 77: 1, 3 
Haggard, Thermer, of "Poplar Hall," Virginia. May 77: 1, 3 
Halifax, North Carolina, Bow porcelain for. May 75 : 3-13 
Halifax County, North Carolina. Furniture. Nov. 76: 38, 40, 42 
Hannon, Walter, cabinetmaker. May 77: 19-20 
Harvey, James, gunsmith. Nov, 76: 59 
Hay, Anthony, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 18 
Hege, Maria, taufschein. Nov. 75: 6, 7 
Hein, Johannes, taufschein. Nov. 75: 13, 21 
Henning, Mrs. Phillipene, schoolmistress. Nov. 77: 16 
Henry Francis duPont Winterthur Museum. 

May 76: 16; May 77: 32 
HerculaneumPottery. May76: 1-26 
Hesselius, John, artist. May 75: 21 
Heyward-Washington house, Charleston, South Carolina. 

May 77: 24 
Hogarth, William, artist, engraver. Nov. 75 : 37 
"Hope," plantation. North Carolina. Nov. 76: 40 
Huber, Georg, taufschein. Nov. 75: 1,18 
Hughes, Wm. R., turner. Nov. 77:41 
Humble, Michael, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 55, 59 
Hutchings, Zachariah, baker. May 77: 7 

IMPORTS 

Albemarle, North Carolina. 

From Middle Atlantic states. May 75 : 14 

From New England. May 75 : 14 
North Carolina from the West Indies. Nov. 76: 24-36 
South from New England. May 77:1 1-26 
Indianische blumen decoration. May 75:9 

Jahan, Joseph, architect-builder. Nov. 76: 32 

Jamestown Island, Virginia. Travis family. Nov. 77: 11 

Janson, C. W., merchant. May 77: 15 

Jarvis, John Wesley, artist. Nov. 77: 52 

Jefferson, Martha. Nov. 77: 15 • 

Jefferson, Thomas, President. Nov. 77: 15 

Jersey Church, North Carolina. Nov. 77: 38 

Jode, Gerard de, publisher, Nov. 77: 7 

Johnson, Joseph, transfer-printer. May 76: 2 

Johnston, Henrietta, artist. Nov. 75: 37 

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Jones, Willie, planter. Nov. 76: 40 

Jordan, William, silversmith's apprentice. May 77: 7 

Kelsoe, James, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 
Kelsoe, Samuel, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 
Kennedy, William, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 18 
KENTUCKY 

Riflemakers. Nov. 76: 52-64 
Kirk Museum. May 76: 31 
Kirk, Samuel, silversmith. May 76: 31 
Krause, Johannes, cabinetmaker. May 76: 41-50 
Kuhn, Justus Engelhardt, artist. May 75 : 22 

Labarbe, Louis, refugee. Nov. 76: 29 

Lafayette medal. May 76: 27-37 

Lake, William Charles, factor. May 76: 4, 15 

Lambeth pottery. Nov. 75: 30 

Lane, Thomas, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 

Lannuier, Charles Honore, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 12 

Lapp, Peter ( gravestone ). Nov. 77: 33, 39 

Lege, Mr., entertainer. Nov. 76: 33 

Leibenguth, Elisabeth, taufschein. Nov. 75:6 

Leinbach, Traugott, silversmith, clockmaker. Nov. 77: 41 

Leisinger and Bell, pottery. May 77: 27 

Len, Eva Margareth, taufschein. Nov. 75 : 17 

Levett, Christopher, English traveler. May 77: 15 

Little, John, merchant. May 76: 5, 21 

Liverpool potteries, England. May 76: 1-26 

London, England. Nov. 76: 28 

Long, Jonathan, cabinetmaker. Nov. 77: 43 

Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. Boush family. Nov. 77 : 1 1 

Lowry, James, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 6l 

Lytle, William, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62 

McCloud, Daniel, block-maker. May 77: 7 

Malbone, Edward Greene, artist. Nov. 75: 37 

Manigault, Peter. Nov. 75: 37 

Mare, John, potter. May 76: 15 

Marsh, Daniel, merchant. Nov. 76: 25, 28, 33 

Marsh, Johnathan, merchant. Nov. 76: 25 

Marshall, Humphrey, author. Nov. 76: 52 



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MARYLAND 

Exports. May 75: 14; May 77: 13 

Furniture. May 77: 17 

Imports. May 77: 14 

Lafayette visit. May 76: 30 
Mason, Ann (Boush). Nov. 77: 11 
MASSACHUSETTS 

Exports. May 75: 14 

Imports. May 77: 13 
Mather, James, mayor. Nov. 76: 30 
Maxwell, Helen Calvert, schoolgirl. Nov. 77: 12, 14 
Medal, Lafayette. May 76: 27-37 
Mefford, George, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 60 
Megrath, Michael, merchant. May 77: 23 
Mercer, Henry, author. Nov. 75:1 
Mercer, John, planter. May 75: 23 

MESDA — see — Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts 
Middleton, Arthur. Nov. 75:37 
Middleton, Margaret Simons. Nov. 75: 35 
Miller, Andrew, merchant. May 75 : 1 In. 5 
Monroe, James, President. May 76: 28 
Montfort. Joseph, Freemason. May 75: 5-6 
MORAVIANS 

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. May 76: 30 

Fraktur.¥\ov.'15: 1-23 

Furniture. May 76: 38-63 
Morden, Mr., miniature painter. Nov. 77: 52 
Morris, Richard, pattern drawer. Nov. 77: 10 
Mottershead, James, china painter. May 75:8 
Muir, John, cabinetmaker. May 77: 20, 21 
Mulberry Plantation, South Carolina. Nov. 75: 41 
Murdaugh, James. May 77: 4-5 
Murphree, James, silversmith. May 77: 2-10 
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) 

Nov. 75: 5; May 76: 27, 36; Nov. 77: 2 
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts ( MESDA ) 

Research Program. May 75: 1-2; Nov. 75: 24; 

May 77: 36-42 

Neall (Neal), Joseph, cabinetmaker. May 77: 17, 18 
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NEEDLEWORK 

Boush, Elizabeth. Nov. 77: 1-23 

Moravian women. May 76: 30 

Morris, Richard. Nov. 77: 10 

Pictorial. Nov. 77: 1-23 

Wheeler, Rebecca. Nov. 77: 2 
Neill, Peggy. May 76: 21 

Nelson, William, merchant. Nov. 75 : 25, 27, 29 
NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA 

Carved house parts. Nov. 76: 15 

Ceramic commerce. May 76: 4 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Furniture exports. May 75 : 14 
New Orleans. Refugees. Nov. 76: 29, 30, 33 
NEW YORK 

Furniture exports. May 75 : 14 
Newspapers on microfilm. May 77: 36-42 
Newton, George, gentleman. May 77: 6 
Nomini (Nominy) plantation, Virginia. Nov. 75: 27,28 
Norfleet, William. May 76: 22 
NORFOLK, VIRGINIA 

Education. Nov. 77: 1-23 

Refugees. Nov. 76: 31, 34 

Silver. May 77: 1-10 
Norris, Richard. Nov. 77: 36 
Norris, Mrs. Richard. Nov. 77: 54, 33 
Northampton County, North Carolina. Furniture. 

Nov. 76: 37-51 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Ceramic trade. May 76: 1-26 

Fraktur work. Nov. 75: 1-23 

Furniture. May 75: 14-20; May 76: 38-63; 

Nov. 76: 37-51; May 77: 16-17; Nov. 77: 43-46 

Gravestones. Nov. 77: 24-50 

Whitepineimports. May 77: 14-17 
North Carolina Museum of History. May 76: 16 

Ocracoke Inlet, North Carolina. May 76: 4 
Old Salem, Incorporated, historic restoration. 

Nov. 75: 5; May 76: 39 
O'Malley, Ann C. May 76: 21 



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O'Malley, Miles. May 76: 22 
Orchard, Isaac, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62 

PAINTINGS, OIL 

Benbridge, Henry, "The Four Generations." Nov. 75: 43 
Coram, Thomas 

"Boats on the Cooper River." Nov. 75 : 45 

"The Cart Children." Nov. 75 : 42 

"Jesus said Suffer Little Children." Nov. 75: 44 

"Mrs. Thomas Glover." Nov. 75: 41 
Dering, William. 

"George Booth." May 75 : 26 

"Mrs. Drury Stith." May 75:27 

"Mrs. Mordecai Booth." May 75:2^ 
Durand, John, "Elizabeth Boush." Nov. 77: 13 
PAINTINGS, ON GLASS 
Polk, Charles Peale 

"Milly Garnett." Nov. 77: 33 

"Mr. Richard Norris." Nov. 77: 36 

"Mrs. Richard Norris." Nov. 77: 33 
PAINTINGS, WATERCOLOR 
"Ehre Vater," artist, fraktur 

"Anna Marie Grabs." Nov. 75: 3 

"Anna Phillipina Phillips." Nov. 75: H 

"Elisabeth Spach." Nov. 75: 20 

"Georg Huber." Nov. '15: 18 

"Gottlieb Spach." Nov. 75: 4, 19 

"Hanna Elisabeth Clodfelter." Nov. 75: 12 

"Johannes Hein." Nov. 75: 13 

"Johannes Reiter." Nov. 75: 13 

"Johannes Schmid." Nov. 75: l4 

"Maria Hege." Nov. 75: 6 

"Sarah Zimmerman." Nov. 75: 8 
Unknown artist, fraktur, "Christian Spach." Nov. 75: 21 
Pamlico Sound, North Carolina. Commerce. May 76: 1, 4 
Paper manufacturing. North Carolina. Nov. 75: 9-10 
Pascault, Henrietta. Nov. 76: 30 
Peale, Charles Willson, artist. Nov. 77: 52, 54 
Peale, Raphaelle, artist. Nov. 77: 52 
Peale, Rembrandt, artist. Nov. 75: 37; Nov. 77: 52 
Pellissier, Jean Baptiste, silversmith. Nov. 76: 31-32 

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Pennington, Seth, potter. May 76: 2, 25n.30 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Ceramics. May 77: 30 

Furniture exports. May 7 5 : 14 
Pezant, Peter, silversmith, ship's master, ship captain. 

Nov. 76: 32 
PhiHps and Welch, cabinetmakers. May 77: 23 
Philhps, Anna Phillipina, taufschein. Nov. 75: 11 
Physiognotrace. Nov. 76: 32; Nov. 77: 51, 52, 54 
Pilgrim Lutheran Church, North Carolina, graveyard. 

Nov. 77: 29,30,31,39 
Placide, Mr., entertainer. Nov. 76: 33 
Plays. Nov. 76: 33 

Pleasants and Sill, authors. May 76: 32 
Pogue, William, cabinetmaker, cooper. Nov. 76: 54 
Polk, Charles Peale, artist. Nov. 77: 51-57 
Pollock, Colonel Thomas, merchant. May 77: 14-15 
Poole, James. May 77: 8 
Poole, Nicholas, silversmith. May 77: 9n.2 
Poole, Thomas, silversmith. May 77: 7, 8 
Poole, William Murphree. May 77: 8 
"Poplar Hall," Virginia. May 77: 3 
Porcher, Thomas, planter. May 77: 23, 24 
Port of Roanoke, imports. May 75 : 14 
POTTERS 

Aust, Gottfried. May 77: 29 

Bell family. May 77: 27-35 

Champion, Richard. May 75: 9 

Christ, Rudolf. May 76: 47; May 77: 34n.l7 

Duche, Andrew. May 75: 5 

Eisenberg, Carl. May 77: 34n.l7 

Ethbach. May77: 27 

Fechtig and Vogelsang. May 77 : 27 

Leisinger and Bell. May 77: 27 

Mare, John. May 76: 15 

Pennington, Seth. May 76: 2, 25n.30 

Piercy and Fisher. May 77: 34n.l7 

Shorthose and Heath. May 76: 15-16 

Smith (Schmid) family. Nov. 75: l6 

Wedgwood, Josiah. May 75:5 

Woolwine, Philip. May 77: 28 



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Price, Jonathan, surveyor. May 76: 3, 4, 17, 20 
Pringle, Ashmead F., author. Nov. 75:35 
Prior, Matthew, author. Nov. 76: 15 
Profileart. Nov. 77: 51-57 
Prud'homme, John F. E., engraver. Nov. 76: 32 
Pryce ( Pryse ), Charles, goldsmith. May 76: 31-32 
Pulaski, Count Casimir. May 76: 30 
Purdie, Samuel, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62 
Pursell, David, gentleman. May 77: 7 

Ramsay, Alan, artist. Nov. 75: 37 

Ramsey, Dr. David, historian. Nov. 75 : 38 

Ramsay,Dr. J. Nov. 75: 38 

Ramsay, M. H. L. (Martha Laurens? ) . Nov. 75 : 38 

Randolph, Benjamin, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 14 

Raynal, Peter Elizabeth Benjamin, goldsmith. Nov. 76: 32 

Reedy Branch (North Carolina ). Nov. 77: 43 

Reiter, Daughter of Johannes, taufschein. Nov. 75 : 15 

Renny, Robert, author. Nov. 76: 27-28 

Reynolds, Joshua, artist. Nov. 75: 37 

RHODE ISLAND 

Furniture exports. May 75 : 14 
Rice, A. H., author. May 77: 32 
Rice, William, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 60 
Riddick, Elizabeth (Poole). May 77: 7, 8 
Riflemakers — see — Gunsmiths 
Roberts, Delia (gravestone). Nov. 77: 43 
ROANOKE AREA, NORTH CAROLINA 

Ceramic commerce. May 76: 4 

Furniture. Nov. 76: 37-51 
Roche, Misses. May 76: 36 

Rockingham County, Virginia, fraktur work. Nov. 75 : 2, 9 
Rockwood, James, cabinetmaker. May 77: 19, 19,20 
Rogers, John, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 54, 61 
Rouge de fer decoration. May 75:9 
Royal White Hart Lodge, Number Two. May 75 : 3-13 
Ruffin, Edmund, agticulturist. Nov. 77: 12 
Rush, Benjamin, physician. Nov. 77: 15 
Russel, George. Nov. 76: 19 
Rysbrack, Michael, carver. Nov. 76: 14 

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Sadler, John, transfer-printer. May 76: 2 
Saint-Memin, Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de, artist. 

Nov. 76: 32; Nov. 77: 51,54 
SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA 

Fraktur work. Nov. 75 : 1-23 

Furniture. May 76: 38-63 
Salmon, William, author. Nov. 75: 25 
Salomon, Bernard, woodcut engraver. Nov. 77: 7 
Sands, John, engraver, copper-plate printer. May 76: 36, 37 
Santo Domingo, immigration to America. Nov. 76: 31 
Schleswig-Holstein, furniture. May 76: 47 
Schmid, Johannes, taufschein. Nov. 75: 14 
Schnorkelwerke, calligraphy. Nov. 75: 17 
Schober, Gottlieb, paper manufacturer. Nov. 75: 9 
School, (E. Armston), Norfolk, Virginia. Nov. 77: 1,2,5,9, 19 
Seawell, Henry. Nov. 77: 11 
Sharrock family, cabinetmakers. Nov. 76: 37-51 
Shaw, Janet, author. Nov. 76: 28 
Shell Castle, North Carolina. May 76: 4, 16, 17, 20 
Shell Island, North Carolina. May 76: 4 
Shelley, Donald, author. Nov. 75: 5 
Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Furniture. May 76: 60 
SHIP BUILDERS 

Tuley, Henry. May 76: 4 
Shorthose and Heath, potters. May 76: 15-16 
SILVER 

South Carolina 

Papboat, Lewis Boudo, Charleston. Nov. 76: 34 

Virginia 

Creamer, James Murphree, Norfolk. May 77: 3 
Ladle, James Murphree, Norfolk. May 77: 1, 6 
Sauceboats, James Murphree, Norfolk. May 77: 3 
Spoon, James Murphree, Norfolk. May 77: 1 
Spoon, Thomas Poole, Norfolk. May 77:8 
SILVERSMITHS (see also — GOLDSMITHS ) 

Bickardick, Richard. May 77 : 9n.2 

Boudo, Lewis, Nov. 76: 31,34 

Conner, Lewis, apprentice. May 77: 7 

Forbes, William, apprentice. May 77: 7 

Jordan, William, apprentice. May 77: 7 

Kirk, Samuel. May 76: 27,31 

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SILVERSMITHS (Continued) 

Leinbach, Traugott. Nov. 77: 41 

Murphree, James. May 77: 1-10 

Pellissier, Jean Baptiste. Nov. 76: 31-32 

Pezant, Peter. Nov. 76: 32 

Poole, Nicholas. May 77: 9n.2 

Poole, Thomas, May 77: 7, 8 

Watson, Thomas, apprentice. May 77 : 7 
Simms, Susanna Archer (Murphree). May 77: 7, 8 
Sinkler, Elizabeth. May 76: 21 
Skidmore, Jesse, cabinetmaker. May 77: 20-21, 22 
Smith (Schmid), potter. Nov. 75: 16 
Smyth, J. F. D., author. Nov. 76: 38-39 
Society of the Cincinnati. May 76: 30, 32, 37 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

Coram family. Nov. 75: 36 

Immigration from the West Indies. Nov. 76: 25-36 

White pine imports. May 77: 13, 21-25 
Spach, Christian, taufschein. Nov. 75: 9, 21 
Spach, Elisabeth, taufschein. Nov. 75 : 19, 20, 22 
Spach, Gottlieb, taufschein. Nov. 75 : 4,9,19 
Spaulding, Philip, merchant. May 77: 16 
Staffordshire potteries, England. May 76: 20 
Stevens, Governor. May 76: 30 
Steward, John, apprentice gunsmith. Nov. 76: 55, 60 
Stiger, Peter, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 61 
Stith, Mrs. Drury (Elizabeth Buckner). May 75: 22, 27 
Stone, 2^dekiah, merchant. Nov. 76: 40 
Stout, John Baer, author. May 77: 32 
Strother, John, surveyor. May 76: 3, 17 
Sullivan, Elizabeth, schoolmistress. Nov. 77: I9n.3 
Swisegood, John, cabinetmaker, Nov. 77: 43 
Swiss influences, gravestones, Davidson County, 

North Carolina. Nov. 77: 25 

Tar River, North Carolina. May 76: 3, 15 

Taylor, Reverend. Nov, 76: 40 

Taylor, Richard, cabinetmaker. Nov. 76: 40 

Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, Inc. May 76: 16 

TENNESSEE. Nov. 76: 41 

Theus, Jeremiah, artist. Nov. 75 : 37 

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Thompson, Cephas, artist. Nov. 77: 51 
Tilford, Jeremiah, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 63 
Tooker and Henry, cabinetmakers. May 77: 17 
Tooker, C. J., cabinetmaker. May 77: 16-17 
Tournes, Jean de, pubhsher. Nov. 77: 7 
Townsend, Job, cabinetmaker. May 76: 47 
Travis, Champion, Esq. Nov. 77: 11-12 
Travis, Samuel. Nov. 77: 12 
Travis, Susan (Ruffin). Nov. 77: 12 
Treber, John, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62 
Trumbull, John, artist. Nov. 75 : 37 
Tuley, Henry, shipwright. May 76: 4 
Tuley, ship. May 76: 4, 12, 13, 15, 16 
TURNERS 

Hughes, Wm. R. Nov. 77: 4l 

Verre eglomise. Nov. 77: 51-57 
VIRGINIA 

Artists. May 75: 21-28; Nov. 77: 51-57 

Education. Nov. 77: 1-23 

Fraktur work. Nov. 75:2 

Furniture. Nov. 76: 1-23; May 77: 19-23 

Needlework. Nov. 77: 1-23 

Silver. May 77: 1-10 

Stoneware imported. Nov. 75: 24-34 

Wachovia, North Carolina — see — MORAVIANS 

Walke, Molly ( Murdaugh ) . May 77: 4-5 

Walker, John, schoolmaster. Nov. 77: 16 

Walker, Richard, transfer-printer. May 76: 2 

Wallace, John, proprietor of Shell Island, North Carolina. 

May 76: 4, 16, 20 
Washington, George, President. May 75: 3 
Washington, Kentucky. Nov. 76: 54 
Watson, Thomas, silversmith's apprentice. May 77: 7 
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, potters. May 77: 30 
Wedgwood, Josiah, potter. May 75: 5 
Wedgwood mark. May '76:8,11,12 
Weiser, Frederick, author. Nov. 75: 1, 6, 10 
West, Benjamin, artist. Nov. 75: 37 



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West, Edward, gunsmith. Nov. 76: 54, 60, 61 
WEST INDIES 

Export of mahogany. May '77 : 13 

Immigration from. Nov. 76: 25-36 
"Westover," Virginia. May 75: 21 
Wheeler, Rebecca, needleworker. Nov. 77: 2 
White, Samuel W., gunsmith. Nov. 76: 62-63 
Williams, Joseph S. (gravestone). Nov. 77: 39 
WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 

Artist. May 75: 23 

Furniture. Nov. 76: 10-20 

Travis family. Nov. 77: 11, 12 
Wiltshire, Wm. D., Ill, author. May 77: 28, 32 
Winterthur Museum — see — Henry Francis duPont 

Winterthur Museum 
Wister, Sally, needleworker. Nov. 77: 19 
Wolfahrt, Johann Jacob, cabinetmaker. May 76: 4l 
Wollaston, John, artist. May 75 : 21, 23; Nov. 75 : 37 . 

WOOD 

American black walnut. Nov. 76: 4, 16, 17 

Cedar. Nov. 76: 27; May 77: 14 

Cypress. Nov. 76: 43; May 77: 14 

Lignum vitae. Nov. 76: 27 

Mahogany. Nov. 76: 26-27; May 77: 13, 16, 19, 20, 23 

Oak. May 77: 14 

Poplar. Nov. 76: 43,49 

Sibicu.Nov. 76: 27 

Satinwood. Nov. 76: 27; May 77: 23 

Soap tree. Nov. 76: 27 

Spanish cedar. Nov. 76: 27 

Yellow pine. Nov. 76: 43, 44, 49; May 77: 14, 17 

Walnut. Nov. 76: 43 

White pine. May 77: 11-26 
Wood, Joseph, artist. Nov. 77: 52 
Woolwine, Philip, potter. May 77: 28 
Wust, Klaus, author. Nov. 75:9 

Young, Isaac, cabinetmaker. May 77: 23 

Zimmerman, Sarah, tatifschein. Nov. 75: 8, \6 

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AUTHOR INDEX 

Batson, Whaley, "Thomas Coram: Charlesron Artist." 

Nov. 75: 35-47 
"Charles Peale Polk: Gold Profiles on Glass." 

Nov. 77: 51-57 
Bivins, John, Jr., "Fraktur in the South: An Itinerant Artist." 

Nov. 75: 1-23 
— . — . "Baroque Elements in North Carolina Moravian 

Furniture." May 76: 38-63 
Dahill, Betty, "The Sharrock Family, a Newly Discovered 

School of Cabinetmakers." Nov. 76: 37-51 
Horton, Frank L., "Carved Furniture of the Albemarle: 

A Tie with Architecture." May 75 : 14-20 
"The MESDA Microfilming Program." 

May 77: 36-42 
Minter, Christine D., "James Murphree: Virginia Silversmith." 

May 77: 1-10 
Rauschenberg, Bradford L., "American Tin-Glaze: 

The John Bell Inkstand." May 77: 27-35 
"Discovery: A Documented Bow Bowl made for 

Hallifax-Lodge/North Carolina." May 75: 3-13 
. "G:Burwell/Edwd:Atthaws/l755: London Stone 

Bottles in Virginia." Nov. 75: 24-34 
"A Study of Baroque- and Gothic-Style Gravestones 

in Davidson County, North Carolina." 

Nov. 77:24-50 
" 'Success To The Tuley' et al. via Liverpool." 

May 76: 1-26 

"Two Outstanding Virginia Chairs." Nov. 76: 1-23 

Ring, Betty, "For Persons of Fortune who have Taste: 

An Elegant Schoolgirl Embroidery." Nov. 77: 1-23 
Strohfeldt, Thomas A., "The Riflemakers of Eighteenth Century 

Kentucky." Nov. 76: 52-64 
Taylor, Gwynne Stephens, "The West Indian Islands — 

How Close were They?" Nov. 76: 24-36 
Weekley, Carolyn J., "Further Notes on William Dering, 

Colonial Virginia Painter." May 75: 21-28 
Welker, Dorothy, "The Lafayette Medal." May 76: 27-37 
— "White Pine — A Northern Immigrant at Home on 

the Southern Coast." May 77: 1 1-26. 

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